İNGİLİZCE SORU VE CEVAPLAR

İNGİLİZCE SORU VE CEVAPLAR



In recent years British education seems to have been in something of a turmoil. There have been notable advances, especially in the expansion of university and technical education, but acrimonious (3) debates have arisen about the sort of secondary schools the country should have. Reappraisal of the existing framework has been going on for a long time. Examinations— their scope, place and function—have been subjected to almost continuous discussion. Students in higher education are often in revolt: art students feel that they are inadequately prepared for their future careers; university students believe their views are ignored, and they seek to have a greater share in the management of their own education. Most of this unrest is caused mainly by uncertainty about current values. When people feel anxious they tend to become aggressive, especially when they work together in groups; indeed, much of the irrational behavior we are witnessing in present-day society springs from a feeling of fear and insecurity. The pace of change is undermining confidence in the traditional moulds. As technology advances, more knowledge and more skills (12) become obsolescent and this obsolescence renders the skills unmarketable. Economic and social instability are unsettling, especially among young adults, who are critical of their elders' failure to sympathize with their predicament. (16) Yet there is no way back to the old days. Man has to plan as best he can. He must try to foresee and to forestall the worst consequences that might befall him.   Mark the best choice      1. According to the author, most of the irrational behavior witnessed are the result of __________.      





In recent years British education seems to have been in something of a turmoil. There have been notable advances, especially in the expansion of university and technical education, but acrimonious (3) debates have arisen about the sort of secondary schools the country should have. Reappraisal of the existing framework has been going on for a long time. Examinations— their scope, place and function—have been subjected to almost continuous discussion. Students in higher education are often in revolt: art students feel that they are inadequately prepared for their future careers; university students believe their views are ignored, and they seek to have a greater share in the management of their own education. Most of this unrest is caused mainly by uncertainty about current values. When people feel anxious they tend to become aggressive, especially when they work together in groups; indeed, much of the irrational behavior we are witnessing in present-day society springs from a feeling of fear and insecurity. The pace of change is undermining confidence in the traditional moulds. As technology advances, more knowledge and more skills (12) become obsolescent and this obsolescence renders the skills unmarketable. Economic and social instability are unsettling, especially among young adults, who are critical of their elders' failure to sympathize with their predicament. (16) Yet there is no way back to the old days. Man has to plan as best he can. He must try to foresee and to forestall the worst consequences that might befall him.   Mark the best choice         2. What does obsolescent (Line 12) most probably mean?      





In recent years British education seems to have been in something of a turmoil. There have been notable advances, especially in the expansion of university and technical education, but acrimonious (3) debates have arisen about the sort of secondary schools the country should have. Reappraisal of the existing framework has been going on for a long time. Examinations— their scope, place and function—have been subjected to almost continuous discussion. Students in higher education are often in revolt: art students feel that they are inadequately prepared for their future careers; university students believe their views are ignored, and they seek to have a greater share in the management of their own education. Most of this unrest is caused mainly by uncertainty about current values. When people feel anxious they tend to become aggressive, especially when they work together in groups; indeed, much of the irrational behavior we are witnessing in present-day society springs from a feeling of fear and insecurity. The pace of change is undermining confidence in the traditional moulds. As technology advances, more knowledge and more skills (12) become obsolescent and this obsolescence renders the skills unmarketable. Economic and social instability are unsettling, especially among young adults, who are critical of their elders' failure to sympathize with their predicament. (16) Yet there is no way back to the old days. Man has to plan as best he can. He must try to foresee and to forestall the worst consequences that might befall him.   Mark the best choice           3. Why is that young people find it more and more difficult to find jobs?          





In recent years British education seems to have been in something of a turmoil. There have been notable advances, especially in the expansion of university and technical education, but acrimonious (3) debates have arisen about the sort of secondary schools the country should have. Reappraisal of the existing framework has been going on for a long time. Examinations— their scope, place and function—have been subjected to almost continuous discussion. Students in higher education are often in revolt: art students feel that they are inadequately prepared for their future careers; university students believe their views are ignored, and they seek to have a greater share in the management of their own education. Most of this unrest is caused mainly by uncertainty about current values. When people feel anxious they tend to become aggressive, especially when they work together in groups; indeed, much of the irrational behavior we are witnessing in present-day society springs from a feeling of fear and insecurity. The pace of change is undermining confidence in the traditional moulds. As technology advances, more knowledge and more skills (12) become obsolescent and this obsolescence renders the skills unmarketable. Economic and social instability are unsettling, especially among young adults, who are critical of their elders' failure to sympathize with their predicament. (16) Yet there is no way back to the old days. Man has to plan as best he can. He must try to foresee and to forestall the worst consequences that might befall him.   Mark the best choice         4.     What does predicament (Line 15) mean?      





In recent years British education seems to have been in something of a turmoil. There have been notable advances, especially in the expansion of university and technical education, but acrimonious (3) debates have arisen about the sort of secondary schools the country should have. Reappraisal of the existing framework has been going on for a long time. Examinations— their scope, place and function—have been subjected to almost continuous discussion. Students in higher education are often in revolt: art students feel that they are inadequately prepared for their future careers; university students believe their views are ignored, and they seek to have a greater share in the management of their own education. Most of this unrest is caused mainly by uncertainty about current values. When people feel anxious they tend to become aggressive, especially when they work together in groups; indeed, much of the irrational behavior we are witnessing in present-day society springs from a feeling of fear and insecurity. The pace of change is undermining confidence in the traditional moulds. As technology advances, more knowledge and more skills (12) become obsolescent and this obsolescence renders the skills unmarketable. Economic and social instability are unsettling, especially among young adults, who are critical of their elders' failure to sympathize with their predicament. (16) Yet there is no way back to the old days. Man has to plan as best he can. He must try to foresee and to forestall the worst consequences that might befall him.   Mark the best choice          5. What does forestall (Line 16) mean?  







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